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About QIM (2360 words)
QIM (quality index method) is a rapid scaling method which is based on significant sensory parameters for whole fish and seafood products.
QIM is based on significant sensory parameters for whole fish using many weighted parameters and a score system from 0 to 4 demerit points.
Whenever QIM is used for a new species, preliminary studies must be conducted to ensure that all criteria and their corresponding defined characteristics incorporated in the grade standards are appropriate and will actually be used.
QIM Disclosure Document - November 3, 2005 (4013 words)
QIM's trading strategies and models may be revised from time to time as a result of ongoing research and development which seeks to devise new strategies and systems as well as to improve current methods.
QIM derives no benefit from commissions paid; thus, it is in the common interest of QIM and its clients that commission rates be as low as possible.
QIM and its Principals may compete with a client's account for similar positions in the markets or may take positions that are opposite or ahead of positions taken in a client's account.
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